Dr. Obaid Rehman is an internal medicine resident completing his second year of residency in Dalton, Georgia. He pursued his medical degree at Medical University of the Americas in Charlestown, Nevis, after completing his bachelor of arts in applied mathematics with a minor in economics at Syracuse University.
During his first year of residency, Dr. Rehman also served as a clinical assistant instructor at SUNY Upstate Medical University, offering instruction to students in the College of Medicine and residents in the graduate education program.
Dr. Rehman is a resident representative of the ACP resident council of Georgia, giving input on the advancement and improvement of the graduate medical program. He is also part of the GME Committee and Quality Improvement Committee at Hamilton Medical Center, as well as a contributing author for the hospital’s newsletter, The Vitruvian.
Dr. Rehman has a strong interest in clinical research and is involved in several case reports and review articles that are in the process of publication. He is also the project leader in a project to establish the Northwest Regional Research Forum for the Medical College of Georgia.
Dr. Rehman is fluent in English, Urdu, Hindi, and Punjabi. During his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, basketball, golf, and chess.
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